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Old 05-23-2020, 12:24 PM   #1
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Ac fan help me!

2018 29.5bhds all of the left side air vents have nothing coming out of them. The right side ones do but less velocity than normal. Single AC unit. Checked CB and fuses all good. Reset the power. Is there 2 fans? I am lost and it was working this morning.
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Are you in an area with high humidity and do you have the fan on low? Your coil may be freezing over. If that is the case turn if off for a while and let it thaw out. When you restart put the fan on high.

Only other thing may be that the baffle between the return air and the supply side came loose.
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Have had high humidity, just started raining. When it’s done I’ll go check out the compressor and see if it’s freezing. Any idea how to access the baffle? I don’t know where that is. fan was on high.
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Have had high humidity, just started raining. When it’s done I’ll go check out the compressor and see if it’s freezing. Any idea how to access the baffle? I don’t know where that is. fan was on high.
I think you have the "Quiet Cool" which means you have to access everything from the roof. Have you checked the return air filters under the grills?

If you have the regular a/c with the big plastic ceiling grill inside you remove that to access the baffle.

First thing I would try would be turning it off for about 15 minutes and then restart.
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Yea it’s mounted on the roof. I’ll check it in a bit. yes the filters were my first stop on this journey.
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It was iced up solid. All better now! Thank you
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It was iced up solid. All better now! Thank you
If it happens again check and make sure the "freeze sensor" hasn't fallen out. Small wire with a metal tip stuck in the coil. It could be defective too.
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